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ABC
May 18, 2012 6:00am EDT
weak affecting recover for nations such as the united states. the small town of thurmont, maryland, is crawling with heavy security and police presence already this morning. residents and business owners in frederick have been warned of major demonstrations that could even begin later today. a group known as the one campaign has already spray- painted washable messages on area roads urging the leaders to put an end to poverty and hunger. they want these leaders to do something about this, this weekend. they spray-painted pennsylvania avenue also, near the white house trying to get the message across. this is baker park. hundreds are expected here today and possibly tomorrow morning. they have a permit and if they will be out here in force. john gonzalez reporting live, abc 7 news. >> donna edwards' faith in the hands of a jury -- john edwards. at issue whether his sex scandal cover-up was a crime or just above applies. prosecutors say that edwards broke campaign finance laws by using nearly $1 million from campaign donors to cover up his relationship with rielle hunter if. his defe
ABC
May 29, 2012 6:00am EDT
the president was born in the united states but he is happy to take the money that donald trump is willing to raise for him in las vegas. the texas primary will be icing on the cake for mitt romney. i think he will ride that wave throughout this week. >> we heard mitt romney yester day giving a speech yesterday in san diego. he said we would have the strongest military in the world. it sounds like he was taking a shot at president obama. >> absolutely, this has been the mitt romney message from day one. he believes barack obama is apologetic for the united states abroad and does not utilize u.s. power effectively. this message will become more important this week because the situation in syria has gotten so bad that the republican nominee and some of the president's other opponents like john mccain are out there talking about whether or not the president is tough enough on the brutal syrian regime. mitt romney has attacked president about about the strength of the military not going away and it will become even more important this coming week. >> abbie phillips, thank you. >> defense secre
ABC
May 8, 2012 6:00am EDT
a plane on its way to the united states. >> the threat is not over. the sophisticated underwear bom mb is practically an undetectable even with advanced security systems. brianne carter has more details from this developing story of. >> good morning. there is still a lot officials are trying to determine about all of this. they will be looking through that today to try to get more answers about this foiled plot. what we do know from officials is that they will be combing through this new, sophisticated bomb try to determine whether it could be made its way through the airport screening detection that is here at area airports. fbi experts say they will be picking apart through that. the device is an upgraded underwear bomb like the one that failed to detonate on a plane on christmas day in 2009. this time it reportedly contained no metal not being able to be detected through metal detectors and possibly not even through the controversial body scan errors if. authorities learned about this through a cia mission in yemen. that country has become an all- time high bed. questions that still
ABC
May 4, 2012 6:00am EDT
washington parkway south bound the united states park police officers say everything was open heading past the hospital. edmondson road is closed in -- it terry wood lane. here we are live on 270. traffic moving slowly. that is normal. southbound out of frederick to get to montgomery county and on to the beltway. this "good morning washington -- geico traffic center tells the tale. delays out of woodbridge to get to springfield and up to the pentagon. everything is open. metro rail is on normal service. back inside. >> thank you. adam, this is a big weekend. how will the weather hold out for and all of the games? >> the ground might be damped buying expecting the sun to bust through the clouds. the superman coming up tomorrow night. that is cool. 11:30 p.m. the moon will be brightest and 14% bigger than all moons in 2012. cameras are showing sun and clouds. just a few over fairfax. you cannot even see the track there. normally, you can see the track at laurel high school. very foggy. there is a bit of a layer over maryland and southern maryland. 53 degrees in laurel, maryland. you see the
ABC
May 17, 2012 6:00am EDT
account for more than half of the children born in the united states. minorities increase to 114 million in the 2010 census, 37 percent of the total u.s. population. now, coming up, mixed news about foreclosures, and sculpturesketchers paying for something it could not prove. first, the nats >> is that close. officially in the cycle now. iraqis added to at triple. -- direct he added a triple to the list. final score, 7-4, and that's whennats win. 0-6 with three strikeouts until the shot. that led them has the royals. for-3. 4-3. only one viewer could win to chip off against tiger woods. congratulations. to vip tickets to the at&t national. we will be in touch with you soon. we want to say thank you to everyone who watched throughout the week and enter our contest. and making news and america's money, foreclosures dropped depending on where you live, and sculpturketchers shows on millions to settle the dispute. and >> >> nationally fewer homes went into foreclosure. traits' got mad at j.p. morgan are now reportedly up to $3 billion. meantime, shareholders are suing the bi
ABC
May 25, 2012 6:00am EDT
it easy on the roads. lisa baden another check on the morning commute. it will >> i am with the united states army drill team. good morning, washington. >> good morning. it might seem a bit early right now but hundreds are gearing up to hit the road this holiday weekend. more people are driving to their destination to kick off memorial day. jummy olabanji joins us from the bay bridge with aaa spokesman. good morning fixing good morning. anderson is joining us. -- >> good morning. anderson is joining us. what do people need to know about memorial day travel? >> the bridge is always an issue when we get to the holiday weekend. we are projecting about 875,000 washington people heading out of town and about nine out of 10 of them will be on the road. of course, when you are talking temperatures in the '90s, hot hazy humid afternoon thundershowers, it sounds like july. this is memorial day. people will be thinking about you know, the mountains and the ocean and probably in larger numbers than we were projecting because gas prices have continued to fall into new this weather would happen? i
ABC
May 30, 2012 6:00am EDT
is not going to be what to sayld trump as he disavows donald more extreme views on president of united states was born. >> thank you. >> 67 degrees on this wednesday. >> we have more coming up. a life-size chessboard popping up in the region. a and a unique way to get one-of-a-kind playhouse while helping those in need. we will talk to the organizers. first, traffic and weather every >> welcome back. traffic and weather every ten minutes. we start with adam caskey on morning.esday this is from the rooftop camera, looking over the federal city. showers have rain locally. maryland atsouthern this time. look at super doppler radar. a stretch of showers from virginia, crossing the potomac mary's, calvert, stretching northward on the eastern shore, route 50 on the eastern shore as well, even cambridge has light rain. that will persist through the theing, pushing to northeast slowly. degrees downtown. 59 in cumberland, 63 in hagerstown, 72 in lexington park with light rain. afternoon. 90.goodbye to close to 80 degrees the next with lower humidity levels. will notice that dropping. 30% chance of a l
ABC
May 1, 2012 6:00am EDT
the united states in china. hillary clinton is on her way to china for the economics and security talks. a blind chinese attorney is being protected by the u.s. embassy in beijing. neither country is commenting that issue right now. police have released a new surveillance picture they hope will lead to a break in a series of scary attacks in montgomery county. >> investigators say it'sa man was lured in by ramming into his car. >> there have been tw taxo , possibly a third in the last month. -- two attacks. in one of the cases police believed the suspect sped away. for the first time we're hearing that conversation. along with the obscure photographs of the suspects, we are hearing the 911 audio between a woman we'll talk to exclusively explaining to an emergency operator that she was being followed. the suspects first three and a car intentionally two weeks ago when the driver of the struck vehicle got out. the suspect threatened him with a gun and knife and tied him up and threw him in the back of his strong and it took him to several atms in the area to take out cash. a lo
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